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SymbolNameLast priceMarket timeChange% changeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market capIntra-day high/low52-week rangeDay chart
SWM.AXSeven West Media Limited0.42504:10PM AEST-0.0250-5.56%4.007M5.052M653.663M
REA.AXREA Group Limited153.844:10PM AEST-1.91-1.23%107,082166,05620.325B
FXJ.AXFairfax Media Limited-6:07PM EDT-----
SKT.AXSKY Network Television Limited0.16003:42PM AEST0.00000.00%180,171612,623283.493M
SXL.AXSouthern Cross Media Group Limited1.91004:10PM AEST+0.1100+6.11%1.323M900,221504.649M
NEC.AXNine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited2.88004:10PM AEST-0.0600-2.04%5.083M4.946M4.912B
APN.AX1106400-6:07PM EDT-----
NWS.AXNews Corporation30.704:10PM AEST+0.21+0.69%78,398211,57819.471B
ALL.AXAristocrat Leisure Limited37.714:10PM AEST-0.04-0.11%920,5831.267M24.079B
WES.AXWesfarmers Limited53.874:10PM AEST-0.33-0.61%1.608M1.612M61.08B
WOW.AXWoolworths Group Limited39.264:10PM AEST-0.10-0.25%1.699M2.027M49.768B
CCL.AXCoca-Cola Amatil Limited13.304:10PM AEST0.000.00%14.436M3.38M9.629B
GNC.AXGrainCorp Limited5.274:10PM AEST-0.06-1.13%625,1021.449M1.206B
MTS.AXMetcash Limited3.45004:10PM AEST-0.0500-1.43%2.599M3.529M3.527B
BKL.AXBlackmores Limited68.534:10PM AEST-1.16-1.66%38,90645,2291.327B
A2M.AXThe a2 Milk Company Limited7.184:10PM AEST-0.25-3.36%6.071M4.988M5.332B
CWN.AXCrown Resorts Limited12.104:10PM AEST-0.07-0.58%740,3381.382M8.194B
TTS.AXTTS.AX-6:07PM EDT-----
TAH.AXTabcorp Holdings Limited5.014:10PM AEST+0.01+0.20%3.495M5.049M11.13B
SXL.AXSouthern Cross Media Group Limited1.91004:10PM AEST+0.1100+6.11%1.323M900,221504.649M
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  • Reuters

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